Question: What are general arrangement drawings used for?

A GA Drawing stands for General Arrangement Drawing; it is used to communicate the important overall relationship between the main elements of the tank and key dimensions. This drawing acts as a gateway between the designer, in this case, Fuelchief and the customer.

What is general arrangement drawing?

General arrangement drawings (GAs) present the overall composition of an object such as a building. General arrangement drawings are likely to be prepared at each stage of development of a building design, showing the overall relationship between the main elements and key dimensions.

What are general location drawings?

Location drawings, also called general arrangement drawings, include floor plans, sections and elevations: they show where the construction elements are located. Assembly drawings show how the different parts are put together.

Do assembly drawings have hidden lines?

When the drawing is created the sub-assembly shows as hidden lines while the new parts show as solid lines even though the view is set to Hidden Lines Removed.

How many types of drawings are there?

Manual drawing is grouped into four main types: sketches, pictorial, orthographic and full-size set out. We need to be able to recognise all of these and learn how to produce them. In the table below there are brief explanations of the four types of manual drawings.

What are the 6 types of assembly drawings?

Terms in this set (7)Design assembly drawings. Show relationships between components. General assembly drawing. Most common type of assembly drawing. Detail assembly drawing. Erection assembly drawing. Subassembly drawing. Pictorial assembly drawing. Exploded pictorial assembly.

What scale is used for assembly drawings?

A room plan at 1:50. A component drawing at 1:5. An assembly drawing at 1:2.

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